New release of BreathalEyes app estimates blood alcohol content using smartphone video function
03/08/2013

BreathalEyes 2.0 is being released March 8, 2013 with many updates asked for by their international users.

Online PR News – 08-March-2013 – Nashville, TN – On March 8, 2013, BreathalEyes LLC will release the latest version of its app, BreathalEyes version 2.0, which detects and analyzes horizontal gaze nystagmus (HGN) by scanning the eye with the smartphone video function. BreathalEyes allows the app user the ability to estimate the blood alcohol content (BAC) of anyone at anytime.

BreathalEyes version 2.0 integrates the smartphone video function, capturing movement up to 25 frames per second and producing more accurate results. BreathalEyes uses patent-pending technology that is relevant to industries, such as law enforcement, with a need for detecting whether a person is under the influence of alcohol. BreathalEyes brings the advanced technology of a breathalyzer to the iPhone.

“Our goal for BreathalEyes 2.0 was to improve the precision of the app by integrating cutting-edge video scanning technology,” said Clay Bradley, BreathalEyes co-founder and CEO.

BreathalEyes 2.0 will be available for download in the Apple App Store for $1.99. BreathalEyes technology is based on 40 years of public and private testing and only produces valid results when testing intoxicated individuals. The effective range of BAC calculation is 0.02% - 0.20% (+/- .02%). With a conventional breathalyzer, the subject has to wait 20 minutes after drinking to “blow” or be tested, however BreathalEyes can be used immediately.

About BreathalEyes
BreathalEyes version 1.0, released in November 2011, has received national recognition from Wired magazine, Gizmag, and the Associated Press. BreathalEyes is to be used for entertainment purposes only. Each person reacts differently to alcohol. The test results are for reference only and may be affected by conditions such as high altitude and interaction with medications. BreathalEyes does not take any legal responsibility. Please drink responsibly.